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"The strength of determining anaerobic threshold is that it does not require maximal effort," Haapala explains.
Change in oxygen uptake (V[O.sub.2]) (A) and power output (B) at the ventilatory anaerobic threshold according to angiotensinconverting enzyme I/D (rs1799752) genotypes.
(1999) Blood glucose responses in humans mirror lactate responses for individual anaerobic threshold and for lactate minimum in track tests.
It was noticeable that the HIIT group preferred not to carry out the few intensive continuous power units (n=9) in the anaerobic threshold range with the planned training frequency (56% execution rate), while in the MICE group there was no tendency to favor the implementation of any particular training content.
While patients in the G1 presented a stable condition regarding aerobic capacity, anaerobic threshold, and ventilatory capacity, the patients in the G2 showed significant decrease for the same aspects between T1 and T2 (Tables 2 and 3).
V[O.sub.2]AT: Oxygen consumption at dancers' anaerobic threshold (in ml x [kg.sup.-1] x [min.sup.-1] or in percentage of dancers' V[O.sub.2]max (%V[O.sub.2]max).
It is exercising above your anaerobic threshold. Without oxygen, the body requires a striking 18 times the amount of glucose to derive the same amount of ATP as it can aerobically.
Salivary biomarkers for evaluation of anaerobic threshold. Fit Perf J 2005; 4(2):85-89.
Yasuda, "Determination of anaerobic threshold for assessment of functional state in patients with chronic heart failure," Circulation, vol.
I view stamina workouts as a way to extend the endurance realm, sustain higher efforts, and improve one's performance by raising the anaerobic threshold (AT) as we saw in Figure I of Part III of this series (1).
Alternatively, the V[O.sub.2] at, or just below, the onset of a sustained metabolic acidosis (anaerobic threshold, AT) may be a preferable index of functional capacity as it represents an intensity of physical activity which may be sustained for longer periods than the exercise intensity at V[O.sub.2 PEAK].